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BENJEROOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

BENJEROOP. :(Faot oUtSowsN CORRESPONDENT). A meeting of the conimittee which has been formed to carry the. proposed irri gation trust in the Blietijeroop district to a successful issue was held on thee 24th tilt. The scheme of works proposed to be carried out is ancontiuuaition of the main' channel of the 'Benjeroop and Murrabit Irrigation Trust through the area, -and an embankment along the Rirer Loaddon for protection from flood waters. It wans decided to get the first petition prepared; at once, so that no delay will take place in the formuation of the trust. A boat race, the first ever Iheld in the district, took place on the Murray on Saturday last. A good number ofpersons turned onut to witness .the event, and a good afternoon's, sport was. enjoyed. There were eight coimptitors and, as there were only two boats avitilable which could be at all designiated'asracing skiffs, the event was rowed off in pairs, with .the following results :--J.,Gerrand beat P. O'Brien ; won after a ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

Ho owAxr's PIsLs.-cervousness and want of Energy. -Whiai firt tlie'nerves'fdel ,iis solung, and listlessness suipplants energy; the time has come to take some such alterative as' Holloway's Pills to restrain a disorder frioni developing itself into a disease. These excellent Pills correct all U irregularities.ana weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so energetically, on the functions of digestion andjassimilation, that the whole bodypis revived, the blood rendered richer and purer while the muscles become firmer and stronger; and the nervcus and absorbent systems are invigorated. These Pills are suitable for all classes and all ages. They have a most marvellous effect on persons who are out in condition; they soon rectify whatever is at fault, restore strenh 11 to the body and con lidence to the mind.-(ADnv. :.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

STATE. OF THE RI VERS. IHEIOHTAABOVE SUMMER LEVEL.; [BY TELEGRAPr.J 1 " Tihuraday. MunsrA. It.in. tlbnry .. .. -. 11 0 .."l.es- . I3 3 Swan Hill . 3 2 I i -sto : .!. 2 1 GOULUBE N. Seymour .. O 3 * ga I M BUM GEE. ' Nag ~e .: r .. r. , 4 0 qwaB;~ . o·! fairinald 5 0 DARLING Meiiidie . 25 3 Wentworth .. .. ... 9 Wiloannia .. .. .. 30 G

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DESERTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

DESERTED CHILDREN. On Wednesday, before a bench of jue. ticee consisting of Messre. W. J. W. Patchcll (chairman), Jno. Callen, junr., and L. F.. Westblade, Js.P., four little ivaifs appeared in charge of the police as neglected children. It appears that up to about 8 months ago their father, a man named Coxon, supposed to have been a widower, was employed and resided at Koondrook. At the period mentioned he departod from. the township'r;with r the avowed intention of proceedmng to Gippe.. land to obtain more remunerative work, leaving the children behind, but promising to forward money within a fortnight or so for their mainmtenasnce. He failed, it seems, to redeem this promise, and has not since been seen in the distriot. A young man named Thomas Hall took compassion on the unfortunate youngsters, provided them wivith'food and clothing, treated them kindly, and as a matter of fact filled the place of the absent and ap. parently forgetful and heartless parent. For three months he su...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE MISSISSIPPI FLOODS. EMIN PASHA. AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA. EASTERN EUROPEAN AFFAIRS. DIVORCE LAW LEGISLATION. LABOR REPRESENTATION IN PARLIAMENT THE CREWE PARRICIDE. RACING IN ENGLAND. LONDON, April 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

-.-.LATESTI. CABLEGRAMS. THE MISSISSIPPI FLOODS. ElEIN PASHA..-. 2 AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA: EASTERN EUROPEAN AFFAIRS. DIVORCE LAW LEGISLATION. LABOR 'REPRESENTATION. IN PAR IAM1ENT. THE CIREWE PARRICIDE. RACING IN ENGLAND. (FROM aBous ANDS AGE ORRESiPONDENTS.) LONDON, April 2. The number of people killed liy' the tornado atLouisville is now estimated at 90, and the number of people being treated for.: serious. injuries amounts to 850. The floods along the Mississipi are still spreading. Emin Pasha has accepted a proposal made by the, German authorities that he should return to the interior of Africa as a subordinate to.Captain Wissman, leader of the eipeditionary.force equipped by the German Exploriation'. Company of East Africa. - April 3.. The Daily Chronicle publishes a tele. gram stating that an attempt has been made upon the.life of the Czar, which Swas partially successful, though it. is-not knowin whether His Majesty's illness is due to the effects of poison or of a wound. 'It is r...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

C ?RR iS u ivNDENCE. [Commnleatlons intended for inertion in te e colunn slould be nblre-sel to the Editor. The name and address of tihe writer must he added, not nceariiy, for poblientien, but an a gueaentee co good faitti.' Wile we are at all tinco glod to roe eeire nnd. publisnJ correopicdeee.vticntoing 'an'. amount of latitode ceeitcelt with the rles of journalism. we doieot booln onrelvresneponsible for any opinions eepressoed.

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KOONDROOK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

KOONDROOK SPORTS. (BY OUR OWN REPORTER.) A sports meeting under the auspices of the Koondrook Athletic Club was held at Koondrook on Monday last (Easter Mon day), on a piece of ground adjoining Tay lor's Hotel and proved very successful. The weather was all that could be desired and there was a very fair attendance of spectators, the residents of Koondrook and the farmers adjacent turning up well. A few faces from Kerang were noticeable, but it was considered that if a special tarinalihad been run, leaving Kerang at about 11 a.m., the number would have been largely increased.- The day's sport consisted solely of footracing, which re sulted'as follows: Maiden Plate, 100yds. 1st prize, 25s:; ,2nd, 10s! A. Ewart addR. A. Cllan ran a dead heat, after a very good' race, and agreed'to divide the money. ShefLteld'Handieap,180 yds. 1st prize, 815; 2nd £7; 3rd, £3. There wasa good number of entries for this race,? seven heaits having to be run, which were 'de cidedas follows :-lstlheat, W. P...

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BAPTIST CHURCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

BAPTIST .CnacnHES.--It is' advertised that Mr. Wilkin, seonr., the father of the siperintendent of the Baptist Home Mis sion Work in this district, ivill prcdch'ibi Sunday next at Kerang, Tragoivel and Maeorna. TENDERS. -Tenders are invited else where for the erection of a wentlierboard church at Gonbower, West (labor only). Plans and specificatiionis can be seen at the National Bank, Pyramid. FooTnALL.-It is announced elswhere that a meeting if members and iuitending members of the Revers Football Clib will be held at the Exchange Hotel thisi even ing at 8o'clook.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

The competition for the Kerang Cricket Club Challenge Cup. was advanced another staige on Saturday last when Kerang met Swan Hill on the ground of the latter, the former winning by; ten wickets. The following are the scores : SWAN IHL.L.-lst Innings. W. Everingham, b Tregear ... 15... G. Bruton, b Tregcar .. ... 3 J. \I'Donald, c Breton b Stranger ... 3 J. Pettigrew, b Tregear . . O T. Wilkins, b Tregear ... ... 3 W. Blruton, b Tregear . 2 .. 'Neilson, b Flight ... ... 6 W. Gould, run out .. ,.. ... O G. Lewis,' c Crawford'b Tregear ...0 A. M'Donald, not out . . '1 S. Snmith, and b, Tregear .. . O Sundries ... ... 1 Total ... 36 .. Second Innings. Everingham, c Crawford b Stranger 37 G. Briiton, c Sabine b Trcegar ýs -.- 3 J. M'Donald, c Crawnford b Seriven 11 J. Pettigreow, b Stranger . 1 T. Wilkins, h Stranger 3 W. Bruton, not out ... ... 16 J. Neilson, run out .. . . 11 WV. Gould, 6i Crawford 0 O G. Lewis, c and b Tregear ... ... 11 A. M'Donald, b Stranger -.- 0 S.. Smith, a Seri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

S Trade Addresses. S THE .' WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. - as en L ." 'to T WEEDS,, COATINGS STWEEDS COATINGS. JBLUE -and FANCY SERGES. "I'BLUE 'and FANCY SERGES. 'BLUE and 'FANCY- SERGES. lue and Fancy Serges t~re AND "..E NORMOU.S STOCK. ·,:"'&de44 it TEDOUR OWS IMPORTINGN TWEEDS COTf PRING .andS STWESUMMER GOODS is beyond doubtINS :c the Vest ever, seen in the colonies. ".As usual we have a large staff of the :.Bet Cuttes; & Workmen IN VICTORIA. Arard% e W:ýors*:1'WEED" 'PROUSErRS' (to order), 129 Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED UITS (toS. order), 46s. aBLE~n aind Far~OY SERGES. BLUERITEnd FNOR SERGAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District, every Two Montbes, BLUEJ. T. MIDDLETONRES. iueGeneral cMana Sergesr ,HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Tale Great Household Medicine ranks amongs the leading necessaries of Life. Those famous Pills Puify the BLOOD, and act most powerfully, yet'soothingly,on the -LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, " AND )OWELM, giving tone, energy, and oSTOCur *': ''OUR~ OWN: IMPORTTNG. St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

Wanted .' TTANTED, good smaritLads as appren V' tices to the acoehbuilding trade. Apply Kirk's Coach Factory, Wellington ctreet.,' 787 NOTICES. WTNTED Fencers, Swan Hill Railway NEWorks Good Wages. Apply Kerang orSwan Hill. ': '4 MUNRO and CO., Ltd., 5660 Contractors. WANTED KNOWN. 1/'CALLUM'S,Gunmaker.,Williamson-st., SSaendhurst. is the best place to get work done ecll at a reasonable price, also to buy Guis and Aminmunition. Second-hand guns bought, sold or exchanged. Correspondence by post promptly attended to. 725 Lost, Stolen or Strayed. OST between Kerang and Hamilton's, Loddon River,- overcoat and blankets. Finder please leave same at Adams and Co., storekeepers. 785 REWARD.-Lost on Saturday morning, between TIEss office and Commercial Hotel, small hounch of keys orn string. Finder please return to offlice this paper. 778 10 REWARID,for information Iading S. to recovery of a Black Greyhound DOG with small scar .on off side of neck. Lost from Kerang about. 1st March. F. PATCH...

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THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

THE TE3PERANCE QUESTIONY [To THE EDITOR OPTiiE KEREa' TIx[ES . Sn-I am exceedingly sorry that through an excess of pla)yfulness I ruffled so teiriblj the feathers of your correspondent, who re joices in the nom doeplume, " iephal.'i I assure him I never intended' to acceitnuate his"mnmctal -berration" by teasing.. It might has o caused- - loss to the district too great for us to bear. I felt remiorseftilly that my " moderate" words had proved a red rag to a bull:fanatical, and I ventured to think- that a little playful stroking, would have made him smile. Alas! the moon was too near the full. -Allowv me, sir,to tenrder: my sincere thanks.to t'.Xephal" for, his in struction. I feel now quite a scholar. Iam richer by a word. But " Neplial' will kindly allow me to intimate .Lwas perfectly, aware that ', nephalism" and" nephalist" are to be found nourrbest. dictionaries, but I defy "Nephal," or anyocie 'else tb piroduce any English dictionary with the word "Nenhal" iihit;. 'Ain3 to :und...

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

APPROACHING SALES.' ' zParticulars of the following sales appear elsewhere: By Yco, Taverner and Co., Ltd.-Tuesday, April 22nd, important clearing sale at Mr. T. MCarthy's selcction, stook; farminglimple. ments, frniturecc.e Bly Buscombe, Moore and Co.-Wednes day, April 16th, at Dunmoro farm, Yarra wall, farmng implemihents, stock furniture, etc. ,: 1 By RlO'Neill,andCo;- Wednesday, April ;1Gthl, monthly, stock sale, Pyramid. Hill. Thursday, 'April 17th, at Macorin, Mrs, O'Donnell's selection, stock, furniture, etc. By3 W.G: Beetle .-Friday, April 11th, at Diirliim O, stock, farming implements,'eto. ByDougherty, Son and Parker-Monday, 21st April, at'Echiucan, 620 bullock; 4'and 5 years old. By'J;G. Stewart.-Friday, 25th April, at Wee Weea Rp' 320.acres land g). '

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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. The autumn meeting of the Australian Jockey Club was commenced on Saturday last in Sydney. The first event on the pr.ogriamme was a Hurdle Race, which was won by Bellringer. Ulysses,: with his owner, Mr. J. O. Inglis, in the saddle, started favorite, hut fell in the race. The winner was second favorite; - Carbine, who was an odds on favorite, won the Autumnn Stakes, weight for age, after a magnificent finish with his two rivals, Melos and Dreadnought, who ran a dead heat for second place. Titan was first, Wilga second, and Norbert third for the Sires' Produce Stakes. The three were the only starters, and Titan was the choice of backers. The Mutual Selling Plate brought out a large 'field, and the Melbourne horse Ernest started favorite, but ha ould only gain second place to Pet Girl, who won. two races at -the, V.R.C. Autumn Meeting. lately. Direadnought and Singapore were the only starters for the A.J.C. St. Leger, Dreadnought win ning after a three furlongs ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

Goveinmern t Notices. PROPOSED DRY LAKE IRRIGATION &TWATER SUPPLY .TRUST. NOTICE TO LANDOWNERS. In the matter of the petition of Hugh Thompson ani dthers, praying for the con stitution of certain lands as an Irrigation and Water Supply district, and for the ap pointmienit and creation of a trist for the same, NTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a true I copy, of the; undermentioned state. ments has been deposited in the S'hire Hall I at Kerang, -for a period of fourteen days fronm the dih instant. Dated at Melbourne this 1st day of April, 1890.., t HW. 1. MEAKIN, Acting Secretary for Water Supply. Statements above referred to: (1.). The name of the owner,.orithe names of the owner and occupier of each allotment of land within the proposed district. (2.) Tise e tent and estimated gross value of each allotment or portion of allotmenit of land within such district aenpable of being irrigate',,such valuation whete the lands ate within a municipal district being lased opon ii., the muui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

Spgecia Aidertemenrs. : MtEDICAL T ' 'AT TIN',;' BDR TiPiS ·M AU::TIN m'h: PUBLIC VACCINATOR, jMAY be consulted Daily at his Surgery SHawthorne's nBuildings, .... .VICTORIA STREET, KERANG. !ýVaccination suspended till the month of March. 'Medicines dispensed personally. . Lodge patients' consulting hours, 8 to 10 a.m and 6 to 8 p.mR N Di I HENRY STOKER, R LRC.S.L, L.K Q.C.P.L, L.M. Rotunda SLying-in-Hospital, and of .King's and Queen's College Physicians, Ireland. HAScommenced the practice of his Pre fession in`Xeiang, and may be con sulted at his residence, Victoria Street. ' HourslMornini. 9 to,11; 'aftornoon, 1.30 to 3.30'; evenoing, 7 to 8. . 2 May alsobeseen at Welch's Hotel,MIacorna, Tuesdays, between the hours of 1.15 p.m and 3.0 p.m., and nia Kondiook every alter nate ondy, between S anl 9.30 a.m. 9275 'DR. -H.` AKDERAVIN, M.B. (Late of the Bendigo Hospial), .PUBLIC "VACCINATOR; PYR'A LID IIILL, L # e yrrangemgnts to.isit Ma corns every. Pridas and may be con salted there be...

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TEA MEETING AT COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

TEAW MEETING ATCOHUNA. ' a oItYOR OWN REPORTER. S;A ten and public meeting in donnection with the Cohuna Bible Christian Church was held' at the cihurch, on Wednesday d4vcnirig liist." The attendance was fair, buit 'nothinig like so' large as last year, owing undoubtedly to the threatening ap poarauncof the sky anrid the bad state of the roads, the rain which had been falling from Tuesday evening till Wediesdayafternoon nmaking them almost impassable. After the good.lthings provided had been done justice,to, the tables were removed. At the, 1iblic. meeting which followed, Mr. J. H. I'Coll, who was present, took the bhiir!ile apologised for being late, but 'djlihtined that he had been unavoidably detai.ireatiiKoondrook to open the pump ing' plant' of the local Irrigation and Water Supply Trust. .The meeting was then opened with a jhymn, followed by a prayer. Mr.' M'CO6ll delivered an interesting address, in:.which he showed by com parison hoiw ieligious the people in the country shou...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITB WEEJLY BUPPLEIENT. FRIDAY, APRIL Ii, 180O. Writrns .-Several reports and, correspondents' .letters ase crowded out of the present issue. m'in RI.FL CLUB.-M1r C. H. Yeo has offered a v'aluable trophy, a tele sEope' worth (£10, for competition amongst-the cliubs in the district. The tcommittee of the, Kerang Club will meet shortly for the purpose of framing r'ules and coniditions: Meinbers of the club will meet.at the kingetto-morrow ,for practice,,whein, probably ia scratch riatch will lie ariraned. Tri-MEETING.' A tea 0meeting in connection with the Macornam North W esleyi Church was held on Easter .'Monday;. and was a great' success. Over 150 persons sat down to tea, 'which was catered; for by Mr. °R: Crawford, of, Kerang, while the follow ing ladies: dispensed the good things ,,provided.:,- Mesdames ..Richardson and Sumpter, and the Misses Petti ,,grove,iPeacock,, Sumpter, Richardson (2), Hunter and Pritchard. The after proceedings consisted of...

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COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. SATURDAY, APRIL 5TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER   SUPPLY TRUST [BY OUR OWN REPORTER.] SATURDAY, APRIL 5TH. Present-Cmrs. Kirwan (chairman), Harrison, P. Westblade, Safe, Strachan, Lennon, Gibbins, L. F. Westblade and Patterson.   The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed,and the outward correspondence as read by the secretary was approved of.     The finance committee recommended payment of accounts when money was available, to the amount of £32,306 17s. 'Adopted. '       REPORTS. Mr. Geo. Gellan, clerk of Works, reported as follows :-Slow progress has been made   at the fluming over Barr Creek, Cohuna, but still the works are now well forward, all the   main and the greater portion of the sheet   piling being done and the first decking nearly   finished, Three weeks after holidays should see all complete. Messrs. Pippin have pushed on we...

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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

GUNBOWER. .fraox. OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] P For. inches and a half is a very good record for the rainfall of the past mdnth, Sand a vast amount of good has been ac 1 comiplished in this district by'inch timely Svisitation. On the 18th nult. the earth was dry and parched as ia sun-dried brick, the 'dams and tanks waterless, the. herbage drjr and bleachlied, and the lheht miost sultry. A thunderstorm visited us that evening, and in 24 hours afterlthere was a t register of 285 points, which filled our waterholes and starlted erbage into quick life; so thatiin the rich timber lands there is now young grass seven inches in length, and the plains are showing a good spring. The :plough, which had been Iunable to get'to satisfactory work through the hardness of the ground, was soon busy preparing the land for sowing the seed for next season's harvest, but a check has now- been put upon the work through the rain.that has recently fallen. Rain has visited us during the month upon sin .days an...

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